Articles - nutrition

thumbnail

Feeding Frenzy: Trends and Myths in Feed

Dr. Shannon-Pratt Phillips investigates new trends and myths in feed for your racehorse...

thumbnail

Soaking & Steaming Hay

Hay can be an excellent source of nutrition for most horses, and should be the major focus of every horse’s diet. However, some horses may have problems eating traditional, long-stem, dry hay....

thumbnail

Nutrition Notes – Feeding the Easy Keeper

Find out how to ensure your easy keeper is getting the nutrients he needs, and isn’t overweight for another reason. ...

thumbnail
with Horse Sport or All Access subscription

Back-to-Work Feeding Program

Get advice on adjusting your horse's diet as you go from a lower level of work to show-shape condition....

thumbnail
with Horse Sport or All Access subscription

Feeding Ponies

Everyone knows ponies are “special” in their own right, but they also require some special nutrition guidelines....

thumbnail

Gluten Sensitivity

Can horses have a sensitivity to gluten?...

thumbnail

Herbal Immune Boosters & Natural Detoxifiers

A look at herbal treatments and natural detoxifiers for improved immune system health – what to expect, and what to be careful of....

thumbnail

Is There any Benefit to Feeding Oats?

Equine nutritionist, Shannon Pratt-Phillips, Ph.D., explains that of all the cereal grains, oats have the most appropriate nutritional profile for horses....

thumbnail

Navicular Syndrome

Learn how to recognize, treat and prevent this devastating condition of the foot....

thumbnail

Legume Hay vs Grass Hay

Equine nutritionist, Shannon Pratt-Phillips, PhD., discusses the pros and cons of feeding legume hay and grass hay....

Love our Articles?

If you enjoyed reading the articles on this website, consider subscribing to get upcoming issues as they are published! Simply click on the button below to see your options.

SUBSCRIBE NOW

Scroll
to top